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  • Monthly E-News & Giveaway (Bookish and Free)

    by Jessica McCann
    My monthly email is bookish and brief, informative and inspirational. Every month includes a giveaway -- inspirational journals, notecards, signed paperbacks, audio books and literary merch. If you're interested in book reviews, author insights and snippets of inspiration, you've come to the right place! All subscribers are automatically entered in the giveaway every month.
  • Texas Quest

    by Betty Willis

    Christian Schulz takes a treachereous voyage from Germany to Texas in 1872 in order to avoid almost certain death in the German military. He meets with many trials and triumphs in this journey to find a new life, friends and love, in the history of Texas' early statehood.

  • Caught Up

    by Margery Frisch
    Sarah Jacobs is a writer - born and raised in New England, but residing in Montreal for the past 30 years. In an effort to write about her experience teaching on an island off the coast of Maine, she returns there to get a feel for the place and its people. Someone is shot on the island the day before she arrives several of her former students are involved in the incident. Suddenly she is caught up in the ongoing dispute over lobster fishing territories and the families who've been feuding... more
  • The Missing Puzzle Piece

    by Fallon MacNeil
    The book addresses how children cope with a parent who is or has been incarcerated.In the story I describe little girl with huge afro-puffs looking for something missing inside her and her family. In the book children become engaged by writing out their own support system inside of the book. I would love to speak to you more about my book and the issues many children and families face surrounding this issue.

    by Rebecca Rosenberg
    Champagne, France, 1800. Twenty-year-old Barbe-Nicole inherited Le Nez (an uncanny sense of smell) from her great-grandfather, a renowned champagne maker. Determined to use Le Nez to make great champagne, she learns her childhood sweetheart, François Clicquot, wants to start a winery and marries him despite his mental illness. Her husband's tragic death forces her to become Veuve (Widow) Clicquot and grapple with a domineering partner, the complexities of making champagne, and six Napoleon wars... more
  • Servicenow Admin Developer Training

    by Harini Gupta
    Our administration now is lined up with the official outline of the servicenow administration training Exam. Become a specialist in executing and keeping up ServiceNow stage applications with this ServiceNow Online Training. Increase an inside and out comprehension of UI and route, clients and errands, and information organization. With Cloudlabs, work on populating and securing the information base, making information bases and administration inventories. Figure out how to execute work process ... more
  • Finding the Way, 1

    by Cindy Maynard
    In 1250 AD, in an isolated village at the foot of the Pyrenees, Basque traditions collide with the onslaught of Christianity. A young woman on the brink of adulthood, Amika, is awoken by an angry witch-hunting mob. Her mother, an herbal healer, is falsely accused, dragged from her home, and burned the stake. Amika flees to the forest in terror. With the help of rescuers from both the old tradition and the new, she sets off on a journey of self-discovery along the Camino de Santiago. Along the wa... more
  • Lala Rosa Girls

    by Najoua Martin
    Lala Rosa is a lively hair salon in urban Rotterdam. Amidst the chaos of fuming hairdryers, loud music and endless cups of coffee, Souad and Layla expertly wield their scissors. Hatim, the charming owner of the place, comes and goes as he pleases. Other men are not allowed in the salon, except as a topic for gossip. At Lala Rosa, women are able to reveal their true selves and cut loose. One day Hatim introduces the girls to F’dila, their new colleague. She has come to Rotterdam with the same des... more

    by Ernest Brawley
    This novel takes place during the ‘70s extraordinarily violent and “secret war” at an American CIA base in Laos run by a corrupt and brutal commander, Jimmy Love. Seasoned Special Ops agent, Zack Ogle, and beautiful, young, Laotian doctor, Nittaya Aromdee, fall madly in love. The story’s action peaks when Nittaya is exposed as a communist operative. The couple then must choose between their love for each other, and their love for their respective countries. The novel occurs in the Golden Triangl... more
  • Eternal Heights

    by Jourdan Binger
    Complete, First published a few seconds ago Jake Matthews was involved in a near fatal car accident. He somehow woke up to find out he was actually in the afterlife by an accident or an error. The thing is that has never happened before and his body is still in a coma state back on earth.
  • If a Chicken Could Shop

    by Debbie Roppolo
    If chickens could shop, would they buy a cute top? Perhaps they’d be content with a broom or a mop. Step into imagination and take a shopping trip with a chicken. Learn interesting facts as your imagination strolls through the pages of the book and wonder "What IF a chicken could shop?"
  • The Weaver's Daughter

    by Sylvia Patience
  • Second Chance Magic

    by Michelle M. Pillow

    Secrets broke her heart... and have now come back from the grave to haunt her.

    A new series from NYT & USAT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow!

    Lorna Addams’ life is not turning out like she expected. After a very public embarrassment, she finds it difficult to trust her judgment when it comes to new friendships and dating. She might be willing to give love a second chance when she meets the attractive William Warrick, if only she could come to ... more

  • Seeing Ceremony: A Novel With Recipes

    by Meera Ekkanath Klein
    This feel-good sequel to the award-winning My Mother’s Kitchen: A Novel with Recipes is all about family, good food, love and finding the way back home. Since the death of her husband three years ago, Meena’s mother has wanted to see her oldest daughter married and so she organizes Meena’s “seeing ceremony,” a ritual associated with arranged marriages. However, eighteen-year-old Meena is not ready to be married and wants to leave her hilltop home in Mahagiri, south India, and attend college... more
  • ACE The Black Stallion

    by Ann Feifel
    For horse lovers of all ages from pre-teens to adults: Ace the Black Stallion, a captivating story about Ace, a beautiful black colt, born with a tragic start in life, and sixteen-year-old Julia, who suffers two devastating losses. They both struggle to overcome their hardships. Julia picks up the pieces of her life, and Ace matures into a stunning stallion. Puzzling events occur when a neighbor’s filly goes missing first, then Ace disappears and searchers come up empty-handed. ***B... more
  • Las Vegas Homes Where dreams meet reality

    by real estate
    For many people, the sight of the dazzling lights of the Las Vegas Strip is enough to drive them to invest in Las Vegas homes for sale. The bright city lights, and the excitement of gambling has attracted many visitors to Las Vegas. It is not surprising at all that so many investors are finding out about the real estate properties that can be found in this prime piece of real estate. The Strip is actually consisting of seven hills, but you can find all sorts of accommodations in the southern pa... more